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adamantine 意味

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"adamantine"の例文

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  • adamantine
    金剛
    こんごう

例文

  • people in katsuta adored kintoki and established kurigara (meaning adamantine courage )-jinja shrine to mourn him .
    勝田の人々は公時を慕い、倶利加羅(くりがら、剛勇の意)神社を建てて葬った。
  • then his younger brother , taira no noritsune , who was known as one of the best men of adamantine courage among the heike clan , appeared .
    そこへ平家随一の剛勇で知られた弟の平教経がやって来た。
  • in the 2 ,000 centuries since that unexplained catastrophe ... even their cloudpiercing towers ... of glass and porcelain and adamantine steel ... have crumbled back into the soil of altair4 ... and nothing , absolutely nothing remains above ground .
    その不可解な大災害から 2000世紀で・・ しかし、彼等の 雲にそびえる塔・・そのガラス・・ ・・そして磁器と アマンダ鋼も・・
  • such a change in style is typically found in the following example: the four volumes of " hokke gisho ," said to have been written by prince shotoku himself , were written in the six dynasty style , but " kongojodarani-kyo " (the buddhist scripture of dhāraṇī of the adamantine place ) was written in tang style .
    聖徳太子の自筆とされる『法華義疏』4巻は六朝風であるが、『金剛場陀羅尼経』が唐風であるのはその変遷の好例である。

English

    Adjective
  • consisting of or having the hardness of adamant

  • Adjective
  • impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason; "he is adamant in his refusal to change his mind"; "Cynthia was inexorable; she would have none of him"- W.Churchill; "an intransigent conservative opposed to every liberal tendency"
    Synonyms: adamant, inexorable, intransigent,

  • having the hardness of a diamond

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